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Exclusive leasing benefits from Siyapatha Finance in collaboration with Indra Traders


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Siyapatha Finance Managing Director Ananda Seneviratne and Indra Traders Director Hasindra Kumara Silva sign the MOU while other senior officials of both organisations grace the ceremony

 

  • Free registration and high pressure gun

One of Sri Lanka’s leading financial organisations and a catalyst in the automobile industry came together in a partnership that promises immense benefits for customers. 

By partnering with Indra Traders, Siyapatha Finance PLC is now able to offer exclusive benefits to its leasing customers. Under the joint venture, customers will be able to enjoy exclusive benefits such as, free registration for the leased vehicle, and receive a free high pressure gun. Furthermore, they are eligible for additional benefits such as structured rental (an opportunity to structure the rental pattern as per their requirements), leasing facilities of up to seven years, minimum documentation, the lowest interest rates and the facility of receiving the lease approval within a mere hour. Siyapatha Finance is the only organisation of its kind to offer such benefits with its collaboration with Indra Traders.  The official ceremony was graced by Siyapatha Finance Managing Director Ananda Seneviratne, Indra Traders Director Hasindra Kumara Silva, and other senior officials of both organisations. 

“As a company we are always willing go an extra mile to offer unmatched benefits for our customers. We are always driven with passion to create the best value and services to our customers. Indra Traders has been on the top of the list of automobile providers in Sri Lanka for over 40 years, so we believe that this partnership will greatly benefit our customers,” stated Seneviratne. 

As the largest fully owned subsidiary of the Sampath Bank Group, Siyapatha Finance PLC is one of the most prominent financial service providers in Sri Lanka, with a network of branches throughout the country. The organisation boasts a close and strong partnership with its parent company. Over the past one and a half decades, Siyapatha Finance PLC has generously contributed to the development of a number of entrepreneurial efforts as well as the fulfilment of the financial needs of individuals across the island. 

‘Siyapatha Finance – Trust Assured’


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